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Red X Mask Tutorial
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Published: April 14, 2013
© 2013 - 2019 SadieAlucard
Hello!! This is my tutorial for my Red X mask.
My mask /does/ have a nose, but I decided that it didn't really matter. It would've been much harder to make one without a nose, and it might not have been as comfortable. I like the end result, so the nose doesn't really bother me. :meow:

Supplies:
- 1 generic mask from craft store
- Scissors, Pencil, X-Acto Knife
- White Spray Paint
- Red & Black Modelling Paint
- Paint brushes
- Window screen
- Hot glue gun

Overall, this mask didn't cost me any more than about $5 considering I had most of the supplies at home.
Hope you enjoy my tutorial!

P.S. Link to completed Red X cosplay: Full Cosplay
Image size
720x2974px 1.19 MB
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Holy crap that's a fabulous alternative to creating your own mask. Cheap, easy, and totally sleek-looking! Thank you so much for sharing! <3
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SadieAlucardHobbyist Artist
No problem, glad you like it!! :)
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Vi-DeStudent General Artist
Hi, I'm about to make a resin mask and wondered how yours feels ?
I'm yet quite reluctant about doing such a bare craft because I fear this is uncomfortable :/
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SadieAlucardHobbyist Artist
I actually did not make a resin mask. Mine was a simple craft mask that I bought from the store.
Wish I could help you:\ The mask I wore was alright, but it kind of gave me a headache, and the screen for the eyes kind
of poked my nose T^T But it looked cool so I was fine with it c:
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Vi-DeStudent General Artist
PS : Red X is an awesome cosplay idea. I might go into this too !
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SadieAlucardHobbyist Artist
thanks ian :squee:
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